May 25

[ARCHIVED] The Unpapered Home

The original item was published from May 25, 2018 9:48 AM to September 19, 2022 2:38 PM

At The Unpapered Home, Danielle Smith creates reusable towel rolls, snack bags, sandwich wraps, cosmetic rounds and produce bags designed to reduce the amount of waste generated by single-use items.
Owner: Danielle Smith
Business Phone Number: 303.840.1769
Business Website:
Years in Business in Parker: 2
Description of your business: The Unpapered Home seeks to give people reusable alternatives to common disposable products. From unpaper towel rolls to PUL lined snack bags, I hope to make these reusable products fun and engaging. Snack bags and sandwich wraps make a great replacement for plastic baggies. Unpaper towel rolls keep your paper towel bill low to non-existent and things like reusable produce bags and cosmetic rounds are a small and manageable way to reduce waste.
What is your most popular product/service? Snack bags are, by far, the most popular.
What do you enjoy about being part of the Parker community? I like helping people (particularly parents) find small and affordable ways to reduce the amount of waste they generate from day to day. I love doing craft fairs at local schools where parents bring their children. To see the kids get excited over a print of their favorite character or game or hobby makes all the work totally worth it. I hope that by starting young with reusable products, they grow to prefer them over single-use items.
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